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This week we learned that the Connecticut Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) is immediately terminating the endorsement pathway to obtain Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification as a state licensed healthcare professional. Under the years old provision, Connecticut licensed physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses were able to obtain EMT certification by completing
Our previous article What is the Cost of EMT Training provided a range of EMT course prices and a few ways to evaluate the cost of a class. In this article we will discuss scholarship and financial aide opportunities that exist when it comes to affording EMT training. Since EMT programs in Connecticut are approved
Working as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is a rewarding and challenging career. There aren’t many jobs where you get to work outside of an office providing emergency care for your neighbors when they need it most. Whether you are extricating a driver from a mangled vehicle or transporting a patient with trouble breathing to
Recertification for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification can seem like a daunting process, especially if you’re concerned about renewing ACLS during the COVID-19 outbreak. Fortunately updates to the certification process has simplified the ACLS Update process. Code One offers ACLS training through a couple American Heart Association approved options: instructor-led class or a virtual
Code One offers contactless skills appointments for all Online American Heart Association (AHA) Courses – Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED, BLS Provider, ACLS Provider, and PALS Provider. Participants complete the bulk of their training online and then come to a Code One Training Center for an individual appointment conducted through video conference. Upon completion, an
Connecticut licensed childcare providers need to meet requirements in place by the Office of Early Childhood for CPR, Pediatric First Aid, and Medication Administration. Historically, Code One has provided these courses on a regular schedule for childcare providers and through a partnership for providers with children enrolled in the Thrive CT program. Due to COVID-19